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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Carcinoma Gall Bladder Resected Specimen


50 yr female with locally advanced carcinoma gall bladder. Fortunately it was a lesion at the fundus of the GB locally infiltrating the small bowel and transverse colon. There was no jaundice. No lymph nodes
Radical Cholecystectomy with enblock resection of the involved bowel was done along with wedge liver resection of segment  IV b  of liver.

Patient has done well and was discharged on 8th Post operative day.

Normally Carcinoma Gall bladder is associated with poor outcome. Majority of patients are not operable or resectable by the time they  present.

Radical Cholecystectomy with enblock resection of the involved bowel along with wedge liver resection of segment  IV b 


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